GEA BROWN approaches to Djing by researching different musical currents in a constant intersection of history and present. In her sets pioneering electronic music and the American minimalism of the 60's get in dialog with the sonorities of the recent electronic and electroacustic music. She reveals an eclectic approach by picking up also on ethno music, noise and tribalism, with a strong interest for the vocal element coming from spoken word and sound poetry.  Her last projects are focused on voice in spoken language andtry to find a balance between narrative and sound, semantic field and music. Her dj set have been shown in contemporary art centers (Museo Marino Marini, Triennale di Milano, Istituto Svizzero di Roma, Palazzo Strozzi, Villa Romana), experimental music festival (International Feel, S/V/N, Terraforma, Hand Signed, Transart) and radio & magazine (Radio Papesse, Novaradio, Datscha Radio, FSK,,, Gonzo Circus).

MATTEO MARANGONI is a sound artist based in The Hague. Focusing on the potential of listening to establish new connections between people, places and objects, Matteo Marangoni’s performances and installations employ field recordings, sound archives, computer programming and DIY electronics. Finding unconventional uses for audio technologies and other media, his work probes the relationship between sound, space and the body, approaching the body of the listener through physical experiences that collapse and reshape the space between subject and object. His work has been presented amongst others at Stroom Den Haag, TodayArt festival, Volkspaleis, Dag in de Branding (The Hague), STEIM, Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, W139 (Amsterdam), Ethonologisches Museum (Berlin), November Music (Den Bosch), STUK (Leuven), NAISA (Toronto), CentroCentro (Madrid), European Media Art Festival (Osnabruck), Centrale Fies (Dro), Triennale di Milano (Milan), Fabbrica Europa (Florence), Q-02 (Brussels) and Goldsmith’s University (London).

ALONA RODEH is a visual artist based in Tel Aviv and Berlin. Rodeh’s works react to cultural phenomena by engaging and appropriating their visual and concrete manifestations, rooted in the daily practice of the public sphere. Her large-scale works have been exhibited at venues including among others Tel Aviv Museum, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, CCA Tel Aviv, Plug In ICA in Winnipeg, Canada, Grimmuseum Berlin and others. She has held performances at Zacheta National Gallery in Warsaw, at the Swiss Pavilion at the Venice Biennial, Israel Museum, Transmediale and others.

RODOLFO SACCHETTINI  is a theater critic and radio host based in Florence. Along with Silvia Bottiroli and Cristina Ventrucci, he was a member of the critical-organizational coordination of the Santarcangelo Festival (2009-2011). He published La radiofonica arte invisibile. Il radiodramma italiano prima della televisione (Titivillus, 2011), and curated with Debora Pietrobono the book Il teatro salvato dai ragazzini (Edizioni dell’Asino, 2011). In 2008 he won the Special Prize Idolina Landol del Premio letterario Dessì, and the Prize “Lo Straniero".

GANDI WHAROL is a design and research studio founded in Denmark in 2014 by Jon Dahl and Aaliyah Schmeichel. The couple actively collaborates with The Invisible Magazine.

JAMES WEBB is a South African interdisciplinary artist based in Cape Town. His work, framed in large-scale installations in galleries and museums, or as unannounced interventions in public spaces, often makes use of ellipsis, displacement and détournement to explore the nature of belief and the dynamics of communication in our contemporary world. Webb’s practice employs a variety of media including audio, installation and text, referencing aspects of the conceptualist and minimalist traditions, as well as his academic studies in advertising, comparative religion and theatre. Webb has presented his work around the world at institutions such as Wanås Konst in Sweden, the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, France, and the Darat al Funun in Amman, Jordan, as well as on major international exhibitions such as the 12th Bienal de la Habana (2015), 55th Biennale di Venezia (2013), the 3rd Marrakech Biennale (2009), the 2009 Melbourne International Arts Festival and the 8th Biennale d’Art Contemporain de Lyon (2007).

BETTINA WENZEL composes and develops vocal pieces and intermedia performances. Her compositions are a constant endeavour into vocal sounds, that reach beyond the limitations of the human voice. Since 2000 Bettina Wenzel has been presenting her vocal work in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Norway, Portugal, Serbia, Slowakia, India and the United States.2009 Artist-in-Residence by Kunststiftung NRW and Goetheinstitut Mumbai during 6 month in Bombay, India. Recent works are "fleisch", an intermedia performance-evening (2014) and "new_delhi_distillation" as part of the festival "currently living in…" (2015).